Pogamut Quarterly

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Pogamut Quarterly Report 02/2010

michal.bida Tuesday 31 of August, 2010
It has been more that three months since Pogamut 3 was released and we launched a new site. Let's see what happened since then and what we plan to bring in the future.

What we are working on:

  • A new IPathExecutor – after using the current implementation for a while, we came up with some enhancements which will be introduced in version 3.1. We hope the API will be stable after this release.
  • PogamutDEFCON – an interface for the DEFCON game build on top of the Gavialib.
  • PojACT-R – an integration with the jACT-R library which implements ACT-R.
  • Our cognitive architecture PojACT-R (which was finished about a year ago) has been refactored (due to changes within Pogamut) and new example bots are tested and available.
  • We have experimented with planning for game bots. For that we have developed a few testing maps that are hard for bots that are based on reactive rules. We want to explore the usefulness of true planning in these levels.
  • There is a pre-alpha version of our Finite State Machine Visual Editor, which might one day be an alternative to the SPOSH editor.
  • Porting Gamebots to Unreal Development Kit (UDK) – we released our first version.
  • We developed a proof of concept for connecting Pogamut to Half-Life 2. We are currently able to code simple bot behaviour in C++, and now we want extend it into Java.

Do you have a project built on top of the Pogamut platform? If true and you want it to be mentioned in the next release of "Pogamut quarterly" or have a link from the Pogamut homepage, then let us know :-)

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This work is supported by GA UK 1053/2007/A-INF/MFF (2007-8), GA UK 351/2006/A-INF/MFF (2006-8), the Ministry of Education of the Czech Republic (grant MSM0021620838) (2008-9), by the Program "Information Society" under project 1ET100300517 (2006-9), and the project Integration of IT Tools into Education of Humanities (2006-8) and by the project CZ.2.17/3.1.00/31162, which are financed by the European Social Fund, the state budget of the Czech Republic, and by the budget of Municipal House Prague.